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European Foreign Policy: Legal and Political Perspectives

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ISBN13: 9781849804097
Published: February 2011
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00

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Written by leading experts, this book focuses on central issues of the foreign policy of the European Union. The issues explored include: * how the EU's judges understand its relationship with the international order; * the coherence of the Union's external action; * the EU's policy to its neighbours; * the Common Security and Defence Policy; and, * the EU's participation in international organisations. By addressing each topic from a legal, political science and international relations standpoint, this relevant book highlights the different perspectives that these disciplines bring to the central issues of the EU's foreign affairs, and starts a conversation between the respective communities. Scholars and postgraduate students in European and international law, politics, and international relations will find this book invaluable. It will also prove timely for policy-makers in the EU and international organisations, as well as think tanks and non-governmental organisations specialising in European affairs.

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Introduction Panos Koutrakos PART I: COHERENCE IN EU FOREIGN POLICY 1. Consistency, Coherence and EU External Action: The Path to Lisbon and Beyond Simon Duke 2. Coherence in EU Foreign Relations Law Marise Cremona PART II: EUROPE'S JUDGES AND THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER 3. Volkerrechtsfreundlich? International Law and the Union Legal Order Jan Klabbers 4. Volkerrechtsfreundlichkeit as Comity and the Disquiet of Neoformalism: A Response to Jan Klabbers Achilles Skordas PART III: THE EU AND ITS NEIGHBOURS 5. The EU and its Neighbours: Progressive Legal Experimentation Bart Van Vooren 6. The European Union's Policy on Kosovo Stephan Keukeleire, Arben Kalaja and Artan A ollaku PART IV: COMMON SECURITY AND DEFENCE POLICY 7. The Common Security and Defence Policy in a Multilateral World Mark Webber 8. The Law in Common Security and Defence Policy: Functions, Limitations, and Understandings Panos Koutrakos PART V: THE EU IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS 9. The Position of the European Union in (Other) International Organizations: Confronting Legal and Political Approaches Knud Erik JA rgensen and Ramses A. Wessel